The Angels updated their video display system at Angel Stadium in 2004. The 6.5 million dollar system was designed and delivered by Daktronics to provide Angels fans with the most innovative system available. This system enhances the game experience with exciting scoring, video and advertising features.
The Angels' right field scoreboard was upgraded with three electronic displays and new rotating and static advertising panels. The Prostar Display in the center of the scoreboard measures 42' high by 67' wide and is accompanied by two 11' by 50' displays on each side. There is also a structure in left field called "Angel Vision." This exciting system includes a second large Prostar video display measuring 27' high by 48' wide, with two 27' by 32' trivisions on each side. A highlight of the structure is the 26' by 20' illuminated Angels "A" sitting above the video board.
A large full-color LED display has been incorporated into the right field fence to be used for presenting out-of-town game scores, stats and other information. Fans will enjoy these additional features on a display that measures approximately six feet high by 94' wide.
Fans are provided additional information, including stats, exciting and colorful graphics and animation and advertising messages on three fascia-mounted displays. Static signage includes twelve 4' by 23' backlit advertising boards, with six on each of first and third baselines.